Collective Behavior and Social Movements. Collective Behavior. Activity involving a large number of people that is unplanned often controversial sometimes dangerous Other characteristics: Little or no social interaction No clear social boundaries
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Collective Behavior and Social Movements
a large number of people that is
Temporary gathering of people who share a common focus of attention and influence one another
Types of crowds
Organized activity that encourages or discourages social change
Process of trying to convince the public and public officials of the importance of joining a social movement to address a particular issue